[GlobalComment.com] - In a society where phantom black people are convenient scapegoats (see: Susan Smith, Bonnie Sweeten, Charles Stuart, etc.) it stands to reason that Trayvon could easily fit the description of a suspect for something regardless of his actual behavior.
[Financial Times] - Paxman has paid a certain amount of attention to more admirable, modern types, such as TE Lawrence, Charles Stuart (known as “Hindoo”), and Stamford Raffles, but this is very much an argument against empire, and one made with a fair amount of force.
[The Guardian] - A proclamation issued by the Rump Parliament offering a reward of £1000 for the capture of the "traitor" Charles Stuart has been sold for more than £ at an auction in Shropshire. The "wanted" poster dates to 1651, the year the 21-year-old prince
Now the "rosy morn appearing" Floods with light the dazzled heaven; And the schoolboy groans on hearing That eternal clock strike seven:- Now the waggoner is driving Towards the fields his clattering wain; Now the bluebottle, reviving, Buzzes down his native pane. - Ode - "On a Distant Prospect" of Making a Fortune, from Verses and Translations (1862).
Then to Westminster Hall, where there was a general damp over men's minds and faces upon some of the Officers of the Army being about making a remonstrance against Charles Stuart or any single person; but at noon it ...